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Trimley railway station

Trimley railway station

Trimley railway station is in the village of Trimley St Mary, near Felixstowe, in Suffolk, England, and also serves the adjacent Trimley St Martin. The station is situated on the Felixstowe Branch Line 15.64 miles (25.17 km) east of Ipswich.It was opened by the Great Eastern Railway (GER) in 1891 and built to a design by its chief architect, W. N. Ashbee; it was one of only two stations outside Essex to be built in the New Essex, or Ashbee, style. A branch line for goods trains to the Po...
Jane Goldman

Jane Goldman

Jane Loretta Anne Goldman (born 11 June 1970) is an English screenwriter, author and producer. She is mostly known for co-writing, with Matthew Vaughn, the screenplays of Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015), X-Men: First Class (2011), Kick-Ass (2010) and Stardust (2007). Both met high critical praise for their partnership works. The Woman in Black (2012) is the first solo screenplay by Goldman. She is also known for writing the books Dreamworld (2000) and The X-Files Book of the Unexplained (...
1979–80 NASL Indoor season

1979–80 NASL Indoor season

Beginning in November 1979, the North American Soccer League conducted their first ever full season of indoor soccer.Only 10 of the 24 NASL member-teams chose to field a squad for the 12 game regular season and playoffs.The league decided to make several rule modifications from the NASL indoor tournaments and indoor friendlies of years past. The most obvious change was the goal. No longer 4 by 16 feet (h x w), the goals now measured a more proportionate 6 by 12, with a board or plexiglass pan...

List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 479

This is a list of all the United States Supreme Court cases from volume 479 of the United States Reports:

Copa Airlines destinations

Copa Airlines serves the following 72 destinations in 30 countries:^1 Brazil flight schedule linked with Cayman Airways flights to Owen Roberts International Airport.
New York State Route 17B

New York State Route 17B

New York State Route 17B (NY 17B) is a state highway located entirely within Sullivan County, New York, in the United States. It connects the hamlet of Callicoon at its western end with the Monticello area in the east (ending at an interchange with NY 17 just to the north of Monticello).NY 17B begins at an intersection with NY 97 in the hamlet of Callicoon. Known as Mill Street for the first block, NY 17B proceeds downhill and meets an intersection with the easte...
Getafe, Bohol

Getafe, Bohol

Getafe (also spelt Jetafe) is a third income class municipality in the province of Bohol, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 30,955. In the 2016 election, it had 18,576 registered voters.Getafe and surrounding areas suffered moderate-to-severe damage to houses, churches, and other structures in the 2013 Bohol earthquake, which caused approximately 130 fatalities in total.Getafe comprises 24 barangays:In the 2016 election, it had 18,576 registered voters, meaning...
Kyphoscoliosis

Kyphoscoliosis

Kyphoscoliosis describes an abnormal curvature of the spine in both a coronal and sagittal plane. It is a combination of kyphosis and scoliosis. This musculoskeletal disorder often leads to other issues in patients, such as under-ventilation of lungs, pulmonary hypertension, difficulty in performing day-to-day activities, psychological issues emanating from anxiety about acceptance among peers, especially in young patients. It can also be seen in syringomyelia, Friedreich's ataxia, Spina Bifi...
Phil Keoghan

Phil Keoghan

Philip John "Phil" Keoghan MNZM (/ˈkoʊɡən/; born 31 May 1967) is a New Zealand television personality, best known for hosting the U.S. version of The Amazing Race on CBS, since its 2001 debut. He is also the creator and host of No Opportunity Wasted, which has been produced in the United States, New Zealand, and Canada. He has won ten Emmy Awards for his work.Keoghan was born in Lincoln, a satellite town of Christchurch, New Zealand. Due to his father's career, Keoghan spent a considerable pa...

Common name

In biology, a common name of a taxon or organism (also known as a vernacular name, English name, colloquial name, trivial name, trivial epithet, country name, popular name, or farmer's name) is a name that is based on the normal language of everyday life; this kind of name is often contrasted with the scientific name for the same organism, which is Latinized. A so-called "common name" is sometimes quite frequently used, but that is not always the case.Sometimes common names are created by aut...
Caulonia (ancient city)

Caulonia (ancient city)

Caulonia or Caulon (Ancient Greek: Καυλωνία Kaulōnía; also spelled Kaulonia or Kaulon) was an ancient city of Magna Graecia on the shore of the Ionian Sea. At some point after the destruction of the city by Rome in 200 BC, the inhabitants moved to a location further inland. There they founded Stilida, which developed into the modern town Stilo.Since 1863 AD the name Caulonia has also been used by the city formerly known as Castelvetere. The city changed its name to Caulonia in honor...
European countries by fossil fuel use (% of total energy)

European countries by fossil fuel use (% of total energy)

The map data is from year 2013, where data is available, from the World Bank. Numbers are in percentage.The table uses an interval of years from the World Bank. Numbers are in percentage.
1912 International Lawn Tennis Challenge

1912 International Lawn Tennis Challenge

The 1912 International Lawn Tennis Challenge was the 11th edition of what is now known as the Davis Cup. After a six-year hiatus, France rejoined the competition; however, the United States pulled out of the competition. In the final, the British Isles would regain the Cup from Australasia. The final was played at the Albert Ground in Melbourne, Australia on 28–30 November. The final was scratched and the British Isles were granted the right to play Australasia in the Challenge Round as the U...
2016 Kumamoto earthquakes

2016 Kumamoto earthquakes

Foreshock: 9 dead, 1,108 injuredMainshock: 40 dead, 2,021 injuredThe 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes (Japanese: 平成28年熊本地震, Hepburn: Heisei 28-nen Kumamoto jishin) are a series of earthquakes, including a magnitude 7.0 mainshock which struck at 01:25 JST on April 16, 2016 (16:25 UTC on April 15) beneath Kumamoto City of Kumamoto Prefecture in Kyushu Region, Japan, at a depth of about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi), and a foreshock earthquake with a magnitude 6.2 at 21:26 JST (1...
Chepman and Myllar Press

Chepman and Myllar Press

The Chepman and Myllar Press was the first printing press to be established in Scotland.The press was founded in 1508 in Edinburgh by Walter Chepman and Androw Myllar, both burgesses of the Scottish capital. The two partners operated under a charter of King James IV issued in 1507 which gave them a monopoly in printed books within Scotland.Very few products of the press are preserved today. Those that have survived largely intact are nine chapbooks of vernacular literature known collectively ...
Karan Wahi

Karan Wahi

Karan Wahi (born 9 June 1986) is an Indian former cricketer turned actor, model and host. Wahi played Under-19s national cricket for Delhi. After moving to Mumbai, he started his television career with the 2004 television show Remix on Star One.In addition to his acting career, Wahi has participated in stage shows and has hosted several awards and TV shows.He made his Bollywood movie debut in a supporting role with Habib Faisal's romantic comedy film Daawat-e-Ishq in 2014. At present, he is s...

5th Saskatchewan Legislature

The 5th Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan was elected in the Saskatchewan general election held in June 1921. The assembly sat from December 8, 1921, to May 9, 1925. The Liberal Party led by William Melville Martin formed the government. After Martin retired in 1922, Charles Avery Dunning became Liberal party leader and Premier. The former leader of the Conservative Party, Donald Maclean had left politics to serve as a judge shortly before the election. The opposition in the assembly was u...
1st Battalion 11th Marines

1st Battalion 11th Marines

World War IIKorean WarVietnam WarPersian Gulf War (1990-1991)Iraq War (2003)1st Battalion 11th Marines (1/11) is an artillery battalion comprising four firing batteries and a Headquarters battery. The battalion is stationed at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in California. Its primary weapon system is the M777 lightweight howitzer. The battalion is under the command of the 11th Marine Regiment, part of the 1st Marine Division.To provide direct support to the 1st Marine Division in time o...
Caméléon (album)

Caméléon (album)

Caméléon is the fourth album by French singer Shy'm, released on 25 June 2012 on Warner Music France. Most of the material was written by Louis Côté and Cyril Kamar (also known as K.Maro), with some contributions from Tiery-F ("On se fout de nous" and "En plein cœur") and by soFLY & Nius ("Sur la route"). The album expanded on the Pop sound of previous album, Prendre l'air, largely abandoning the R&B sound that Shy'm had previously developed. Songs like "Et alors !" were Shy'm's first...
Labour Day

Labour Day

Labour Day (Labor Day in the United States) is an annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day movement, which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest.For most countries, Labour Day is synonymous with, or linked with, International Workers' Day, which occurs on 1 May. For other countries, Labour Day is celebrated on a different date, often one with ...
Netherlands Antilles at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Netherlands Antilles at the 2004 Summer Olympics

The Netherlands Antilles competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004, sending track athletes Churandy Martina and Geronimo Goeloe and equestrian athlete Eddy Stibbe. The 2004 Games were the Netherlands Antilles' twelfth appearance in the Summer Olympics; they first competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. Before the 2004 games, the Netherlands Antilles had won one medal, a silver in sailing at the 1988 Summer Olympics, by Jan Boersma. Th...

Individuation

The principle of individuation, or principium individuationis, describes the manner in which a thing is identified as distinguished from other things.The concept appears in numerous fields and is encountered in works of Carl Jung, Gilbert Simondon, Bernard Stiegler, Friedrich Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, David Bohm, Henri Bergson, Gilles Deleuze, and Manuel De Landa.The word individuation occurs with different meanings and connotations in different fields.Philosophically, "individuation" e...
Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is an Android phablet smartphone produced by Samsung Electronics. The Galaxy Note 3 was unveiled on September 4, 2013, with its worldwide release beginning later in the month. Serving as a successor to the Galaxy Note II, the Note 3 was designed to have a lighter, more upscale design than previous iterations of the Galaxy Note series (with a plastic leather backing and faux metallic bezel), and to expand upon the stylus and multitasking-oriented functionality in its soft...
Stephen Gill (political scientist)

Stephen Gill (political scientist)

Stephen Gill, FRSC (born 1950) is Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada. He is known for his work in International Relations and Global Political Economy and has published, among others, Power and Resistance in the New World Order (2003, second edition 2008), Power, Production and Social Reproduction (with Isabella Bakker, 2003), Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (1993), American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commissi...
Jeuss

Jeuss

Jeuss (Jentes in French) is a former municipality in the district of See or du Lac in the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. On 1 January 2016 the former municipalities of Courlevon, Jeuss, Lurtigen and Salvenach merged into Murten.Jeuss is first mentioned in 1340 as Juentes.Jeuss had an area, as of 2009, of 1.8 square kilometers (0.69 sq mi). Of this area, 1.42 km (0.55 sq mi) or 79.8% is used for agricultural purposes, while 0.19 km (0.073 sq mi) or 1...
Coat of arms of New Zealand

Coat of arms of New Zealand

The coat of arms of New Zealand is the official symbol of New Zealand. The initial coat of arms was granted by King George V on 26 August 1911, and the current version was granted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1956.Until 1911, New Zealand used the same national coat of arms as the United Kingdom. When New Zealand became a Dominion in 1907, it was decided that a new coat of arms was required, and a design competition was held. The winning entry was a design by James McDonald, a draughtsman in the D...
Phi Mu

Phi Mu

Phi Mu (ΦΜ) is the second oldest female fraternal organization established in the United States. It was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. The organization was founded as the Philomathean Society on January 4, 1852, and was announced publicly on March 4 of the same year. Phi Mu is one of the two "Macon Magnolias," a term used to celebrate the bonds it shares with Alpha Delta Pi.Today, Phi Mu has 123 collegiate chapters, 3 planned colonies, 145 alumnae chapters, and more than 180,0...
Cork senior hurling team season 2009

Cork senior hurling team season 2009

The 2009 season will be the Cork senior hurling team's 122nd consecutive season appearing in the Championship, and their 78th season appearing in the National Hurling League. The season has, for a second year running, began badly as the hurling panel withdrew their services because their confidence in manager Gerald McCarthy has been eroded.Following the resignation of Gerald McCarthy and his selectors, the following management team was put in place on a temporary basis on 12 March 2009.Cork ...
Calderdale

Calderdale

The Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale is a metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, England. It takes its name from the River Calder, whose upper part flows through the borough. Several small valleys contain tributaries of the River Calder. The population at the 2011 Census was 203,826.Calderdale covers part of the South Pennines and is the southernmost of the Yorkshire Dales, though it is not part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The borough was formed by the merger of six former local ...
Roberval, Quebec

Roberval, Quebec

Roberval is a city on the south-western shore of Lac Saint-Jean in the Le Domaine-du-Roy Regional County Municipality of Quebec, Canada. With a population of 10,544 in the Canada 2006 Census, it is the third largest city on this lake after Alma and Dolbeau-Mistassini.It is the seat of the Domaine-du-Roy RCM and the main service centre for the region with a hospital and some government services. It is also the seat of the judicial district of Roberval.It is the only Lac Saint-Jean town whose c...
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